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SABRE NBCF Personal Safety Alarm Keychain

$9.99
SABRE NBCF Personal Safety Alarm Keychain - Dick's Sporting Goods
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Product Information:

Be safe and support the National Breast Cancer Foundation with the SABRE® Personal Safety Alarm. When removed from the keychain, this screeching 100 db siren is activated and is audible up to 300 feet. This keychain styled alarm attaches to bags, backpacks, keychains, purses and more for easy access in a time of need. The SABRE® Alarm Keychain is great for users from college students, to runners, to children.
FEATURES:

  • National Breast Cancer Foundation alarm keychain
  • Remove alarm from keychain to active 110 db siren
  • Audible up to 300 Feet
  • Dual siren design
  • Ring loop attaches to a backpack, keychain or purse for easy access
  • Great for students and working adults who need extra protection
  • Simple to use
  • Small profile makes it easy to carry
  • Requires four LR41 Alkaline batteries (included)
  • Your purchase supports the National Breast Cancer Foundation
  • Model: PA-NBCF-01
  • SABRE
Country of Origin: China
Web ID: 33124866

Customer Reviews:

Rated 1 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Security Noise maker When I ordered it, appears as though there are two buttons you can push in the event of an emergency but that is not the case. You actually have to pull a pin to activate the horn which defeats the purpose. That means you need two hands to activate it versus one hand to just push a button. Also, when it was in my pocket book the pin pulled out (which is very easy to do) when I was on an airplane - this shouldn't be that easy to pull out either if it's just sitting in your pocket book. I don't think this is a good way at all to be secure in an attack situation. The only good thing is that the proceeds go to breast cancer but beyond that it is useless and not practical to use in the event of an emergency. May 7, 2015
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